The main abiotic factors of the temperate woodland and shrubland are hot dry summers, mild moist winters, nutrient-poor soil, and wildfires.
The biotic Factor of the temperate woodland and shrubland are its plant life. They have aDAPTED TO PERIODS OF DRY WEATHER OR DROUGHT. THEIR WAXY LEAVES RETAIN MOISTURE, AS WELL AS, THE SKINNY LEAVES. MANY OF THE PLANTS IN THIS BIOME HAVE DEVELOPED RESISTANCE TO FIRE. hOWEVER MANY OF THEM PRODUCE FLAMMABLE OILS WHICH GIVE RISE TO MANY FIRES DURING THE HOT SUMMERS in the temperate woodland and shrubland biome. many of the animals have a varied diet , so they aren't very choicey about what they eat. where there is more grassland camouflage is very common amongst animals in order to disguise from their predators.